Thank you, Korey, Noah and Dad.
On a pretty decent day shooting, percentage-wise, we passed the 20,000 mark with 1,200 makes. Noah and Korey were there for the first 500, and Dad cleaned up the last 700.
Not much more to say, although I guess there’s this: I’m more encouraged now about the physical end of this. Before we started, I really wasn’t sure what kind of physiological toll, if any, this would take. After the first few days, I was feeling it in the back, shoulder, forearm and wrist … particularly in the wrist, where I was getting symptoms that make me think of what arthritis probably feels like. So for that first week, I wasn’t sure whether those were injuries in their formative stages, or just aches and pains that I would grow out of. Well, there’s obviously plenty more to do here, but at this stage I’m thinking that my back, shoulder, forearm and wrist are getting stronger … as all of those symptoms are a little less each day.
Who knows? My right arm might fall off tomorrow, but at this moment I’m feeling like this can be done.